The Exotic Feline Rescue Center (EFRC) in Center Point, Indiana, began in 1991 with only three residents. It now has about 150 exotic felines of over 10 species. It is a leading, and one of the largest, rescue centers nationally for "abused, unwanted and neglected exotic felines". Each of these animals has a story. The tiger (third picture) while up almost continuously paces in a 10 foot square because he had been confined to a 10 foot cage for many years. These felines now lead peaceful lives where many of them receive enthusiastic visitors.
For more information go to: https://efrc.org/.